Kirsty and Ross had the perfect mix of country classic and laid back festival vibes at their Kent wedding. With a marquee reception at Nettlestead Place featuring ‘wedfest’ table plan and table names to pay homage to their serendipitous meeting at Isle of Wight Festival in 2010 where their love story began. And, bringing the sophistication is groom Ross in a white dinner jacket and bride Kirsty in gorgeous bridal separates.
It’s mid-January and we are officially ready for the rain to stop and the woolly jumpers to be put away. So, we thought we would bring a little sunshine to you with this Spring/Summer celebration at this Kent wedding venue. Ferris wheels, food and fun was the order of the day for this beautiful couple. DIY decor, a gluten-free menu and their favourite song lyrics scattered throughout the displays – the whole day encapsulated their personalities!
Laura and Paco’s Spanish beach wedding is one of a kind. This couple are dancing to the beat of their own drum and we absolutely love it! You might have seen a few festival weddings in your time but I honestly don’t think you will have ever seen quite like this. The balloon arches, iridescent geodes, incredible stationery and party atmosphere mean this is a festival wedding we all want an invite to.
Your Monday is about to get brighter with this colourful Mexican themed wedding including Llama wedding guests, a bride in an embroidered wedding dress, and a tipi reception full to the brim with DIY decor and pretty flowers. Plus it includes not one, but two of our handpicked, The List, wedding suppliers, PapaKata and Retro Press, so you know you’re in for an extra treat. Enjoy lovely ones, I certainly did.
Calling all bohemian brides-to-be: this fabulous festival wedding will knock your socks off (appropriate, really, when our bride and groom are also barefoot). Set in the stunning Catalan countryside, Natashya & Nico could not have nailed their brief better. A naked tipi, petal mandala, Persian rugs and electronic music capture every inch of the festival spirit, whilst lace bridal separates and a purty protea bouquet add the additional wedding pretty. This wedding weekend was clearly so. much. fun. Time to party!
Didn’t get tickets to Glastonbury? Don’t fret! This bold, boho wedding will knock your socks off. All the ingredients for a fabulous
festival wedding are included, from bell tents and tree-hung hammocks, to fire pits and wildflower meadows, to an array of musical and creative entertainment – as well as a traditional church wedding ceremony – we really wish we’d scored an invitation to this sunny Somerset celebration. With colourful bunting wedding decor and bright, locally-grown flowers keeping the feel-good feeling high, we truly are finishing the week off on a stunning note with this one.